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3 Mär 2024


Ecuador: Solaris Resources announces deal with the largest Shuar Indigenous organisation, other groups complain

"Solaris strikes deal with Ecuadorian Indigenous organization, other groups complain", 03 March 2024

...Vancouver-based Solaris Resources announced a trilateral cooperation agreement with the Interprovincial Federation of Shuar Centers (FICSH) and Ecuador’s Alliance for Entrepreneurship and Innovation.

FICSH is the highest authority and largest Shuar Indigenous organization. It was legally established in 1964 and includes 50 associations comprising 500 Shuar communities and approximately 143,000 Shuar Indigenous people. The Alliance for Entrepreneurship and Innovation, on the other hand, is a network of public, private and academic actors that promotes entrepreneurship and innovation throughout Ecuador...

“We reject the false statements made by foreign non-governmental organizations and the Shuar Arutam People’s Associations (PSHA) which ignore our voice and speak against our interests. We are the legitimate registered owners of the Ancestral Lands on which the Warintza project resides and we have the right and have chosen, through our General Assembly, to participate in the project through our Strategic Alliance and Impact and Benefits Agreement.”

Juank’s words refer to a complaint against Solaris presented by the PSHA, MiningWatch Canadá y Amazon Watch before the British Columbia Securities Commission on February 29, 2024, which states that the miner has moved forward with the Warintza project, which overlaps Shuar Arutam-titled territory, despite the community’s opposition...